Hello mamas! looking for some Unique Shark Crafts And Activities For your Kids?
we know that Keeping children entertained and active and most importantly far from electronics is not quite easy.
We know! Still, you can have some time with your children and share some activities together. It does not require a lot of effort and you absolutely don’t need to be an expert!
There are a lot of activities you could share with your little ones that will encourage their learning by playing fine motor skills and creativity. These activities are best because they require either recycling or inexpensive materials.
Unique Shark Crafts And Activities For Your Kids
Shark craft is one of the fun activities that you can do with your kids. Don’t get panicked if you find it difficult, it is not. So, without any further ado, just follow in the constructions we will provide within this article.
Whale and Shark Paper Plate Craft
- Two paper plates
- Two googly eyes
- Blue acrylic paint
- Ruler with circle shapes
- A blue sparkly self-adhesive foam sheet
- A white sparkly self-adhesive foam sheet
- A pink acrylic paint
Take one paper plate and put some blue color on both sides, and set it aside to dry. Then take the other paper plate and do the same thing but with pink color. And let it dry, too! Take the pink paper plate and fold it in half. then glue the two plates together, making sure the pink plate is in the front. After that, drape the plate in half, the pink should be inside. Then, take the white self-adhesive foam sheet and cut them after shaping two triangle teeth. Put some glue on the top and glue them to the pink paper plate making the shape of teeth. Take the blue self-adhesive and a pencil, cut two pieces of big googly eyes and cut them. Then, glue them on the blue foam sheet. Take the same sheet and draw to make a tail, and glue it to the blue paper plate. Apply the same thing with the shark fin. And there you go!
Baby Shark Craft
- One big blue sheet of paper
- One small blue sheet of paper
- A bowl to trace a circle
- A sponge of paint
- A cotton swab for paint
- White paint
- Blue paint
- Glue stick
- Two googly eyes
- A black pencil crayon
- A clothes pin
- And a random plate to put the paint on
First off, you are going to trace a bowl to make a circle on your big blue sheet of paper. Put it down on top and trace all the way around the circle by using your black pencil. Now, take the scissors and cut along the line to cut the circle out. You can get your little one’s help. This will be the little baby shark’s body. Fold it in half while trying to line up the edges of the circle as best as you can. And this is when the clothes pin comes in handy, you can put it on the circle to help keep in closed while painting. Now, take some of the blue paint and your sponge, dip in the paint, and start painting the shark’s body and start dabbing all along the bottom of the baby shark’s body. Make sure to hold on to the pin. This part is really fun! Leave it to dry completely. When it definitely dries, move to the other parts of the body, take your smaller blue sheet of paper and your pencil and make a baby shark tail, little arm and fin. Make sure to leave some room where you’re going to glue it on. Cut them out and glue them in their places. Then, put the googly eyes in place. Take your black crayon and make a cute big baby shark smile and draw some shark marks to make gills. And finally, his teeth, draw the; using your white paint. And there you go!
Toilet Paper Shark Roll
- Empty toilet paper
- Markers crayons
- Colored pencils
- Scrap paper
- Glue or tape Adhesive
- Googly eyes
The first thing to do is to fold your toilet paper in half, take a marker and draw a line down to the middle on the top corner and connect that to the bottom corner of that paper roll, then, cut that triangle to create the mouth. Then, take a piece of scrap paper and design your own shark fins; dorsal, caudal and pectoral. Color them and connect them to your paper roll each in its appropriate place. Then you can add the googly eyes and the teeth by using white paint. If you don’t have the googly eyes, take a marker and draw them yourself, and add some gills too. And then you can color your toilet paper as you wish or you can just use some construction paper and roll it around your toilet paper. You can be as creative as you like. And voilà!
Egg Cartoon Shark
- Blue cardstock paper
- Craft glue, hot glue
- Blue and white paint
- Black paint or black pen
- Googly eyes
- Egg cartoon
Probably this baby shark craft idea is the easiest. What you will need from the egg carton is the spiky parts that separate the eggs. Cut two of them where one has to be smaller than the other, put some glue inside the bigger one and glue them together. Paint one side in white and the other in blue, and let it dry. Once it is dry, add the googly eyes on both sides. Add fins and gills by using the blur cardstock and there you go! You will get your little one a cute little shark.
So, our article has come to an end. We hope you enjoy making these crafts with your adorable little ones and that this article has been clear and easy for your kids to follow. We wish you happy crafting!